China Mauritius

Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande Shrug Off Market Crash

France and Germany have shrugged off a rout in world markets over China's slowing growth, with French President Francois Hollande saying that the global economy was "strong enough" to withstand any such downturn.

25 Aug 2015,

China Cuts Rates, Reserve Ratio after Stocks Plummet Again

China's central bank cut interest rates and lowered the amount of reserves banks must hold for the second time in two months on Tuesday, ratcheting up support for a stuttering economy and a plunging stock market that has sent shockwaves around the globe.

25 Aug 2015,

China Explosion: Tianjin Death Toll Rises in Port Blasts

At least 44 people are known to have died, and more than 500 injured, following two major explosions in China's northern port city of Tianjin.

13 Aug 2015,

China Devalues Its Currency: What You Need to Know

China's currency has fallen 3.5% against the dollar in the past two days, setting the currency up for its largest two-day decline in decades.

12 Aug 2015,

Key Things to Know about China's Market Meltdown

China's stock market crash is now stretching into its third week, and share prices in Shanghai have lost a third of their value since mid-June.

08 Jul 2015,

Brics Launches Development Bank Ahead of Russian Summit

The group of five major emerging economies known as Brics launched a development bank on Tuesday ahead of a summit in the Russian industrial city of Ufa, where Russia seeks to demonstrate it hasn’t been isolated by Western sanctions.

08 Jul 2015,

China's 2014 Economic Growth Misses Target, Hits 24-Year Low

China's economy grew at its slowest pace in 24 years in 2014 as property prices cooled and companies and local governments struggled under heavy debt burdens, keeping pressure on Beijing to take aggressive steps to avoid a sharper downturn.

21 Jan 2015,

Shanghai New Year Crush Kills 36

A crush at New Year's Eve celebrations in Shanghai has killed 36 people and injured some 47 others, Chinese officials say.

01 Jan 2015,

Google's Gmail Blocked in China

Google Inc's Gmail was blocked in China after months of disruptions to the world's biggest email service, with an anti-censorship advocate suggesting the Great Firewall was to blame.

30 Dec 2014,

Putin Hits on China's First Lady, Censors Go Wild

Russia’s Don Juan-in-chief just got a little too friendly with Xi Jinping's wife.

11 Nov 2014,

Violent Clashes Between Police and Demonstrators Erupt in Hong Kong

In the most intense confrontation since the early days of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests, hundreds of police officers used pepper spray in the early hours of Wednesday to scatter hundreds of demonstrators who had barricaded a harbor-front road overnight.

15 Oct 2014,

Pro-Democracy Protesters in Hong Kong Give Deadline for Demands

Hong Kong's chief executive urged pro-democracy protesters to stop their campaign "immediately" Tuesday after demonstrators gave the Chinese government a Wednesday deadline to meet their demands for political reforms.

30 Sep 2014,

Hong Kong: Protesters Defiant Amid Stand-Off

Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters are blocking Hong Kong's streets, shutting down its business hub and ignoring appeals to leave.

29 Sep 2014,

Police, Protesters Clash as Hong Kong Demonstrations Turn Violent

Police are in a tense standoff in Hong Kong with tens of thousands of pro-democracy student demonstrators, recently joined by the like-minded Occupy Central movement, which has announced the formal start of a campaign of civil disobedience in the Chinese territory.

28 Sep 2014,

Accord Maurice-Chine: Exemption de Visas pour le Personnel Navigant

«C’est un grand pas en avant qui consolidera davantage les liens entre Maurice et la Chine.» C’est ce qu’a indiqué le ministre des Affaires étrangères, Arvin Boolell, ce jeudi 11 septembre.

12 Sep 2014,

China Condemns British Inquiry Into Progress of Hong Kong Democracy

Beijing says UK is interfering in Chinese internal affairs and should ‘act with caution’ or risk damaging bilateral relations

03 Sep 2014,

China Investigating Microsoft for ‘Monopolistic Behavior’

The Chinese government announced that Microsoft faced investigation for possible violations of antimonopoly laws, and confirmed that officials had conducted surprise visits to the company’s offices across the country, a statement released late Tuesday said.

30 Jul 2014,

McDonald's, Yum Suspend Meat Supplier in China

OSI's Shanghai Husi 'Appalled' by Allegation That Chicken, Beef Was Past Expiration Date

23 Jul 2014,

BRICS Nations Launch New Development Bank

A new international development bank and multi-billion emergency lending pool are set to be launched by Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The move comes at a summit meeting of BRICS leaders in Brazil.

16 Jul 2014,

First Flight of China Southern Airlines Expected in Mauritius

The first flight of China Southern Airlines is expected in Mauritius on June 28, the Office of Mauritian tourism said on Monday in Port Louis.

19 Jun 2014,